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Sep 27, 2012 3:00pm PDT
right here in baltimore city the whole time i've practiced, and as kids grow up, they feel that they need to trust someone. and you know, it's hard to trust your mom or dad when you're a teenager. i think we've all been there. it's not because mom or dad does anything wrong, it's just you're trying to find yourself at that age and maybe, mom or dad doesn't know what that is and you haven't figured out you can trust them. and so i become the person they can trust. and many kids come to me between the ages of 12 and 18 to tell me about experimenting with sex or drugs and to hear what i have to say about that. and if i say the right thing, many of them don't continue to experiment that way. they do trust my opinion. a recent study found that nearly 1/2 of teenagers received no counseling during their doctor's visit, and only 3% received information on issues such as smoking, sexually transmitted diseases and weight control. but those are precisely the areas in which teens make poor choices and put their health at risk. catherine parrish: i think probably the biggest problem we have in t
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